BEST WESTERN PLUS Parkway Inn & Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Parkway Inn & Conference Centre Cornwall
Travel Blogs from Cornwall
... hallway carpet had stains and there was a musty smell everywhere. The saltwater pool must have been a new addition because it was clean and did not have that odour. After dinner, the kids relaxed by the pool, while I took the dog for a walk.
We ate at Shoeless Joe's in Cornwall, which was an ok meal. The risotto was salty, the wings were greasy, but the flatbread and the burger were good. The service was friendly and ...
... to take with you.
She also cooks your evening meal which is most enjoyable after a hard days fishing!
Paul supplies most of the tackle you need, all you have to buy is your terminal tackle to make up your own rigs. Some regulars bring bits and pieces with them, but there is no need as Paul has his own little tackle shop ...
... construction. Our GPS took us to a particular area and we then discovered the road Closed due to road maintenance and construction! Rats! Oh a detour and then we were on our way once again heading towards Cornwall to meet up with nephew Michael and his lovely wife Sylvie and their 4 kids. Trinity, Sienna, William and wee ...
After a drive around the countryside at Cornwall, Ron, Ed and Peck went to play a round of golf with Marcel (mate of Ron's). I got to spend the afternoon alone (Jan at work). Yay, spent most of the afternoon in the pool and lazing in the sun. Boys returned from golf a little worse for wear. Thanks Ronnie, great day!! We all went to dinner at City Limits. Thanks Peck. Is Thursday already in Oz, so got to see some pics of Kimberley with her ...
... out the rear end.
Pulled in the driveway, got parked, set up and grabbed a beer. Related my problem to Ross, and we took a look at the rear of the bus inside the engine compartment and discovered that the exhaust pipe from the turbo had come apart at the bracket that held it to the turbo, and the bracket was gone, rotted away. This was not the only problem, luckily the piece of bent pipe had caught itself on the frame of the bus, as had ...